The loss at Sevilla was tough, but it's not the end of the world for Luis Suárez.
The Uruguayan striker, who played all 90 minutes on Saturday's league defeat, spoke to the media after the game to analyze what went down. According to him, Barcelona didn't deserve a loss for the amount of scoring chances created, but this will serve as a learning lesson of what to improve moving forward.
But can they improve? Suárez thinks so, for one simple reason: this is the best football team on the planet.
"We didn't deserve to lose. We know that we have a very tough schedule, and there were games, like the one against Celta, that we know we didn't do a good job. But today I do think we could have taken the game and we created a lot of chances. We cost ourselves the game by not converting those chances, even more so against a team that's so lethal with their chances like Sevilla.
"We're the best team in the world and we will get things right, paying attention to the details. Everyone looks at things with a magnifying glass with a team like ours, since we won everything last season. But we have experience and we know how to respond. It's not time to blame anyone, we are a group. We were a group last season and we won everything because of it. It's still the same thing, no matter what people from the outside say."
Source: Mundo Deportivo